Good Smile previews Dekacchu Kirari Moroboshi

1:00 PM on 01.30.2013 // Brian Szabelski

Because you can never have too many giant figures

Phat! Company has got themselves another new line of figures in the Dekacchu series (bigger versions of their Minicchu figures), featuring Idolm@ster Cinderella Girls' Kirari Moroboshi in a rather large-scale look. Thankfully, Mikatan has arrived to give us a preview of Kirari ... by taking her on a tour around the office?

Four times the size of the Minicchu figures at 22 cm tall, Dekacchu Kirari is one of Good Smile's Wonder Festival 2013 Winter exclusives, and she'a really just a larger version of the same figure, which I guess is why Mikatan did the office tour. There's not a whole lot else to talk about.

There's also news that the Character Charm Collection: Puchimasu! are up for pre-order again and a tease to tomorrow's preview: figma Rin Shibuya and Anzu Futaba.

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